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have a few microclimates this morning. 46 in novato, and napa and 43 at half moon bay and everyone else in the 50's until fairfield at 62 and antioch at 68. headed in the afternoon hrs then francisco, to 90 in the warmest spot and at the coast it is 62 to 68 degrees. inland, 84 to 90. i will show you where we may have a few records. >> we starting off in portionen hill with a serious accident involving an overturned vehicle. this is along southbound 101 before dunn avenue we have delays in the area but the car thousand is resting on the roof. it is on a guardrail. watch out if that crash. a little bit of slowing in the area. that will be around until further notice. in hayward, toward the san mateo bridge, westbound side of 92 but you reach industrial boulevard a car fire senator -- on the shoulder. and the mass transit shows on this earth day it looks like bart, muni and caltrain running along with no delays. eric? >> question start with the latest on the boston marathon bombings at 11:50 a moment sigh license takes place in boston and across the country to mark a week since the deadly
with showing you temperatures in case you about to leave the house. it is coolest at napa and novato and santa rosa and toward fremont at 45 degrees and livermore is 49 and los gatos is 48, and everyone else is in the low-to-mid 50's until you get to antioch at 57 and half moon bay at 39 degrees for one of the olest spots. as we head through the forecast we will talk temperatures d a f, say,r0's around the bay 60's aroraisco and south san francisco, and a little bit of a breeze off the ocean. inland tures hit the middle 70's to about 80 degrees and we will have sunshine and temperatures about 64 degrees at coast. as we head through the next couple of days temperatures will stagnate for saturday and we will see the big push of warmth sunday and monday. i will show you where we can get a 90-degree temperature or two in the seven-day outlook. leyla gulen? >> good morning, mike, in san francisco as amy hollyfield reported the san francisco run will start at the ferry building and it is a four-mile loop so just make sure you avoid this area around 7:00 a.m. if at all possible because it will be cr
. >> remember the winds we talked about from the north bay hills? up to 22 in santa rosa and 30 in napa and 37 in fairfield is you are still stuck in the 60's this morning after hitting 80's and even 90 in a few areas. the clouds are lingering so the cool marine layer clouds are out there and so is the breeze that brings them. it is just a matter of time before it works inland and it will to a certain extent. we are only in the mid-to-upper 70's by lunch time where we are well in the 80's in most areas away from the coast year. 61 at the coast and 57 is the 4:00 temperature and in the mid 70's to 80 so no record high temperatures today. it will be milder this evening and easier to be outside and mid-60's around the bay and low 70's inland and mid-50's at the coast. moving failure, we are going do see temperatures drop all the way through thursday back to where they should be for this time of the year. now a check of forecast. any potential hot spots? >> we do, and the picture is showing the drive along the san mateo bridge and it is moving along but we do have the ongoing construction at the t
layer, will be on the cool side in spots and perhaps chilly if you call 42 chilly for napa. 49 in richmond you're going to see 47 degree temperatures. and friday, nothing but sunshine. san jose, 78. today's highs from upper 50s to upper 70s so close to todz's temperatures for tomorrow. mountain view, 76. same thing for daily city. downtown san francisco, 656789 you'll see occasional high clouds for tomorrow afternoon. and your coastal areas into low 60s towards east bayg to be a mild, beautiful day. 72 in oakland. 80 degrees in antioch 78 livermore, here is a look at the accu-weather forecast. temperatures inching up starting sunday low 60s coast, mid-80s inland. you'll notice we'll see a return of low clouds near the coast. so temperatures will be held in check there. >> little more of the summer time pattern, huh? >> exactly. >> thank you. >> coming up how will you get medicine you need if a major epidemic hits the bay area? >> how we're getting ready for just that scenar >>> san francisco mayor commemorated the 1906 earthquake but by approving costly retro fits for thousands
temperatures, 40s near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start to peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, a
near the coast, especially near half moon bay. interior north bay, napa valley, mid-to-upper 40s there. 44 degrees in antioch overnight tonight, 51. here's the setup for the next few days. high pressure will continue to build in. you can see what it's doing, just pushing the jet stream or the area of storminess well to the north of the bay area. so no rain in our accuweather seven-day forecast. it will keep us clear tonight as well as tomorrow and as we head into monday and tuesday, this high will really start and peak and push inland and that's going to mean peak temperatures, the warmest temperatures, monday and tuesday. and we're talking daytime highs close to 90 degrees especially inland. so a possibility of record highs. here's how we'll look tomorrow. you can see for oakland, 75 degrees. by monday, temperatures start to come up. low 80s. and then as the sea breeze moves in, temperatures drive back down into the 60s, livermore valley area, 87 for sunday. notice the warmest day, monday, close to 90 degrees, through tuesday, and then cool off by thursday, friday, and saturday, so en
and oakland is 72 and five degrees warmer and san jose and napa and livermore you are getting into something a little different, seven, eight, nine degrees warmer than normal with ems it around 78 to 80 degrees. you can see the jet stream moving ever so further to the east but a boundary coming down that will skirt the coast with clouds and turn the winds on shore near the coast into san francisco and that is why that be the area or those two areas. be cooler today and will hold steady tomorrow. we will get that offshore flow on sunday that will bring the warmest weather to the forecast. not bad today in the south bay if you like the warmth, about 81 in morgan hill and upper 60's for mid-70's and low 60's along the coast to mid-60's in downtown south san francisco and 69 in sausalito and mid-70's to upper 70's through the north bay valley and low 60's at your beaches and we will be at 70 in berkeley a cool spot language the east bay shore and 76 in fremont and east bay valleys are in the upper 70's to near 80 in antioch. the seven-day outlook is the same tomorrow with a few clouds at the cos
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